hysterothylacium aduncum (nematoda, anisakidae) with a new host record from the common sole solea solea (soleidae) and its role as a biological indicator of pollution.hysterothylacium aduncum (nematoda, anisakidae) was isolated from the intestine of the common sole solea solea (family, soleidae) collected from coasts along alexandria city at the mediterranean sea in egypt, during the period from may to september 2013. light and scanning electron microscopy revealed that this nematode parasite belongs to the family anisakidae in the genus hysterothylacium. the type species is named h. aduncum, based on the presence of three interlocked lips with the interlabiu ...201525468378
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